Those who led the genocide in Rwanda are spending the rest of their days in a Malian prison. But are their sentences truly severe enough for their crimes against humanity?
April 6, 2014

Via AFP:

Stretching their legs in a sunkissed gravel prison courtyard in Mali, two of the architects of Rwanda's genocide serve out their sentences far from home, 20 years after leading the slaughter.

Theoneste Bagosora, bespectacled and sporting a gleaming pair of tennis shoes, cuts a far more serene figure than he did as the army chief described as "the Heinrich Himmler of Rwanda" who ordered an "apocalypse" which left 800,000 dead.

His cellmate Jean Kambanda's face is hidden by an enormous beard but he is still recognisable as the prime minister who incited one of the most extensive and brut...

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